Mr Roland Henwood

Mr Henwood is a political scientist and commentator based at the University of Pretoria. Currently a lecturer in the Department of Political Sciences, Mr Henwood holds a BA(Hons) from the University of Pretoria. He is a frequent contributor to both South African and international newspapers and media programmes. He has published widely in academic journals and has presented papers at conferences in South Africa, the USA, Europe and China.

Mr. Henwood is programme coordinator for honours and MA (Security Studies). He may be contacted for inqueries regarding these programmes. Email: [email protected]
 

Research focus:

South Africa's foreign policy, politics and governance
 

Selected publications:

  • 2008: with Pretorius, Rentia. ‘2010: A dream come true or a nightmare in the making?’ in World Journal of Managing Events 1(4): 36-40.

  • 2008: ‘Emerging trends in South African politics post-Mbeki’. Center for Strategic and International Studies, Online Policy Forum. Washington (USA)

  • 2006: ‘South African foreign policy and international practise in 2005 - an analysis’ South African Yearbook of International Law 30: 290-304.

  • 2005: ‘South Africa’s constitution: cultural cross-roads and political contradictions’ in Civilisations and public law. London: Esperia Publications.

  • 2004: With Vickers, B. ‘South African foreign policy and international practise in 2003 - an analysis’. South African Yearbook of International Law 28: 347-367.

  • 2003: With Vickers, B. ‘South African foreign policy and international practise in 2002 - an analysis’. South African Yearbook of International Law 27: 325-347.

  • 2002: With Turton, Anthony (Editors). 2002. Hydropolitics in the developing world: a Southern African perspective. Pretoria: African Water Issues Research Unit (AWIRU), Centre for International Political Studies, University of Pretoria.
  • 2002: With Funke, Nikki. ‘Managing water in international river basins in Southern Africa: international relations or foreign policy’ in Turton, Anthony & Henwood, Roland. (Eds.) Hydropolitics in the developing world: a Southern African perspective. Pretoria: African Water Issues Research Unit (AWIRU), Centre for International Political Studies, University of Pretoria
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